New album - Separate Grooves by Caitlin Glennon

2016-11-06 05:42:49 UTC

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Separate Grooves (release date Nov. 2) is on the rock end with pretty singing, vintage keys inspired, and 90s -ish sounding distorted guitars (and a couple acoustic thrown in).

Some themes explored on the album besides loss/love (Miss Invisible, Separate Grooves, Working for You) - airline travel (TSA Patdown), the affordable housing crisis (Tenement Cove), and self-funded artists (Wanting In).

Track List


  • Miss Invisible - 03:33 
  • Working For You - 02:56 
  • Separate Grooves - 03:48 
  • Young, Sassy & Drunk - 03:13 
  • Tenement Cove - 03:40 
  • Antelope - 03:19 
  • Gone but Not (Instrumental) - 02:46 
  • Deep Bells - 02:30 
  • Short Stay - 03:21 
  • TSA Patdown - 02:59 
  • Wanting In - 03:48 
  • Cold Reception - 03:33


Genre : alternative, electronica, vocalist, folk, rock, guitar, indie

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New track - Cement Tray by underwaters

2016-11-03 06:28:20 UTC

Underwaters

Paris / Barcelona based band. French girl and spanish boy. Check out their last single "Cement Tray", from their upcoming album 'YOUTH'.  


Genre : electronic, electronica, electropop

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New EP - All Right Yellow Bird by Astray

2016-11-01 08:17:12 UTC

Astray

« All Right Yellow Bird », is the new EP of the Astray project. In between electronica, ambient and experimental music, the 4 tracks of the new opus are built on aerial synthetic textures, heavy beats, and melancholic piano themes, punctuated of vocal samples, to offer an instrumental and contemplative sound.


Track List


  • Afterglow - 03:25 
  • The Drummer - 04:00 
  • Dusk - 03:08 
  • Winterlight - 06:01


Genre : ambient, electronic, electronica, downtempo, electro, soundtrack, trip, hop

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New Single - anti/absurdity by Indigo People

Poet, painter, and San Francisco based multi-instrumentalist artist Chris Woodyard released a minimalist piano intro to a new ethereal post-rock album that will be released next year in New York City. The new songs with be translated from a series of paintings thats he's done in a 6 week time period as a form of art therapy. A story without words that interpret the collection of emotions, places and experiences that he's had the pleasure to endure. After releasing 'Glass House", an experimental post-rock EP recorded in Boulder, CO last year ; The sounds in this next album will be songs translated from a series of paintings he's done. The first song is a prelude to the LP which will be released next year.

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